| Community of Spaldia|
Komuniti Spaldí sp
Tini men miti, nörsk foravar sp
(English: "Tiny but Mighty, Norse forever")
|Government||Commune with pledged loyalty to the Kingdom of Denmark|
|- Minister of Language||Dylan Jován Bieniak|
|- Minister of Agriculture||Katie Orcutt|
|- Minister of Relations||David Orcutt|
|Legislature||The Tiny Ranch|
|Established||5 June 2018|
|National animal||Bernese Mountain Dog|
|Patron saint||Saint Kateri|
The Community of Spaldia emerged in 2017 with the extreme development of the Spaldian language and has been established since 5 June 2018. Though loyal to the Danish monarchy, Spaldia does not claim any sovereignty over any land. On 1 March 2021, The Tiny Ranch was established as Spaldia's communal legislature in Vermont.
The legislature, the Tiny Ranch, is the centre of Spaldian culture. It is fully run by the ministers of language, agriculture, and relations. The legislature regulates the Spaldian language, community, and relations. As for loyalty towards the Kingdom of Denmark, Spaldia recognises Margrethe II of Denmark as the head of government as the rightful leader of Denmark, the Faroe Islands, Greenland, and Iceland.
There are currently four official titles of government for the Community of Spaldia, all ministers are sworn in at the Tiny Ranch in Vermont.
- Monarch: Queen Margrethe II of Denmark
- Minister of Language: Dylan Jován Bieniak
- Minister of Agriculture: Katie Orcutt
- Minister of Relations: David Orcutt
Members of the community are chosen by a minister. There are currently four members of the Spaldian commune.
The Community of Spaldia has four recognised languages:
Spaldian is the official language of the Community of Spaldia, with English as the de facto language. French language and American sign language are recognised minority languages. Spaldian, like English, belongs to the North Sea Germanic branch of the Indo-European languages, along with Frisian, Scots, and Low German.
All Spaldians speak English with a high level of proficiency.
Spaldia shares cultural ties with its Scandinavian influencers Denmark, Iceland, Sweden and Norway with British, Canadian, and American culture. Overall, the most important part to Spaldian culture is the language, that brings people together.
A major feature of Spaldian culture is the winter festival of Júl (Christmas) during the month of December. Yule (Yuletide) was and is a festival observed by the historical Germanic peoples. Scholars have connected the celebration to the Wild Hunt, the god Odin. It later underwent Christianized reformulation resulting in the term Christmastide.
Spaldian cuisine includes: